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    Kinney Center at Saint Joseph’s University Partners with Governor’s Office to Support Students with Autism

    Friday, September 28, 2018

    PHILADELPHIA (September 28, 2018) - The Kinney Center for Autism Education and Support at Saint Joseph's University recently entered into a partnership with the Pennsylvania Office of Vocational Rehabilitation (OVR) to assist students on the autism spectrum between ages 14 to 21 as they transition from education to employment after school is finished.

  • The historic Barnes building peeks through a canopy of green leaves.

    Saint Joseph’s University Enriches Community and Campus with Arts, Horticultural Programs at the Barnes Arboretum

    Thursday, September 27, 2018

    On Thursday, September 27, the Saint Joseph’s University campus community gathered with their neighbors at the Barnes Arboretum in Lower Merion to celebrate the long-term educational affiliation between the University and the Barnes Foundation. The educational partnership expands opportunities for both students and the surrounding community to engage in the horticulture education program, life sciences offerings and fine arts programming.
  • Guests mingle in the gardens at the celebration of the Barnes partnership

    Barnes Partnership Celebrated on a Landmark Day at SJU

    Thursday, September 27, 2018 Gallery

    After nearly a century as neighbors, Saint Joseph’s University and the Barnes Foundation celebrated their partnership today on the grounds of the Barnes Arboretum with about 200 guests.
  • An elementary school student in a red hoodie completes his classwork on the grass.

    Solutions to a “Common” Problem

    Tuesday, September 25, 2018

    James McCloskey ’20, a dual early and special education major, endeavors to improve the Common Core State Standards for Pennsylvania students.
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    Setting Family Businesses on the Path to Success

    Tuesday, September 25, 2018

    When family businesses succeed generation after generation, they become tent poles of their community, providing reliable, expert-level service and keeping jobs and money in the local market. But if care is not taken across generations to ensure the financial and personal health of a business, it can easily fail.

  • A young student smiles and chats with a potential employer at the Career Fair.

    Five Ways to Stand Out at the Career Fair

    Tuesday, September 18, 2018

    Preparing for this week’s Career Fair, featuring nearly 200 organizations? Trish Shafer, executive director of the Career Development Center, offers her best five tips for getting noticed.
  • Madeline Mollahan poses holding Homeboy Salsa and Guacamole containers.

    From Near and Far, SJU Grads Feed Boyle’s Mission

    Tuesday, September 11, 2018

    When Greg Boyle, S.J., talks Wednesday at the Chapel of Saint Joseph’s (7 p.m.), most of the attendees will know the Jesuit priest and his ministry Homeboy Industries, the largest rehabilitation and re-entry program for gang members in the world, from his TED Talk or a report on 60 Minutes.
  • "Pink Line," a photo from Ydeen's series, shows a neon line glowing across an auto shop.

    SJU Galleries Open New Semester with Dual Exhibitions

    Wednesday, September 5, 2018

    Saint Joseph’s University Galleries will begin the new academic year with a pair of professional exhibitions. “Easton Nights,” a collection investigating Americana through low-light stills by photographer Peter Ydeen, will be on display in the Merion Hall Gallery through September 25. “Z,” a series of photos exploring gender variance using historical developing techniques by multimedia artist Rowan Renee, will showcase in the Boland Hall Gallery through September 20.

  • A student in a Saint Joseph's hat and gardening gloves handles a big pile of weeds.

    PSIP Serves Up Welcome to Incoming Freshmen

    Tuesday, September 4, 2018

    More than 170 incoming freshmen joined the Saint Joseph’s community a week early for the Philadelphia Service Immersion Program (PSIP), an early move-in program that integrates service work with exploration throughout the city.
  • Two female scientists are surrounded by lab equipment.

    Biologist Receives National Science Foundation Research Grant

    Tuesday, September 4, 2018

    Saint Joseph’s associate professor of biology, Catalina Arango, Ph.D., has been awarded a $252,000 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for her research into the regulation of gene expression.